Spice Girl Mel B addresses Croke Park sound issue complaints

Mel B has taken to Instagram to respond to the backlash to the Spice Girls’ debut comeback gig at Croke Park on Friday night.

If you’ve been living in Election land you not may have heard the complaints, well, turns out, nobody else did either.

Concert-goers took to Twitter during the show to complain about the sound quality in the stadium.

"There’s something wrong when the crowd at @spicegirls concert are all sitting down because no one has a clue what song is on because the sound really is THAT bad," said one attaching a video receipt.

Another added: "Currently sitting in Croke Park, was absolutely buzzing to see you lot but it's very disappointing because the sound is really bad! We can't hear a thing sitting up against the top row, at the back, all we're getting is mumble, and for €110 a ticket, not good!"

In a video she took from her bed, Scary Spice acknowledged the sound problems and thanked fans for attending the show.

We will see you in Cardiff. And hopefully, the vocals and the sound will be much, much better, pfft

Mel Brown, Emma Bunton, Geri Horner and Melanie Chisholm - aka Scary, Baby, Ginger and Sporty Spice - will take to the stage in Cardiff, Manchester, Coventry, Sunderland, Edinburgh, Bristol before finishing at Wembley Stadium in London on June 15.

The 13-date tour is without original Spice Girls member Victoria Beckham, who has decided not to join them.

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